- Title: The Sick Teacher’s Cook Book
- Author: James Huck
- Genre: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Suspense
- Length: 236 pages
- Publication Date: July 22, 2020
The Sick Teacher’s Cook Book – Synopsis
A darkly comic, psychological thriller that will keep you gripped until the last page.
The world is becoming a much darker place. Or so it seems to Aileen Byrne, a troubled Head Teacher, struggling with her mental health and losing her grip as her professional life is dissolving into chaos. Unable to sleep, she sits alone every night and reflects on years of stress, pressure and responsibility, and the toll they have taken on her life.
An inexplicable act of domestic terrorism inspires her to right a perceived wrong violently. A sequence of events that she can’t quite control and doesn’t want to stop unfolds.
Determined to confess, compelled to act, she leaves Lewis, an abused and neglected child at the school, at the mercy of the local Mob.
James Huck (1973 – ) was born in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk and spent 15 years teaching across Primary, Secondary and Sixth Form contexts.
His debut novel: The Sick Teacher’s Cook Book is available as an e-book on Amazon now.